- Mutli award-winning Indian restaurant in Swindon
- Starter and main, plus rice or naan bread each
- Starters include Reshmi kebab, and tandoori salmon tikka
- Mains such as king prawn masala, and mixed biryani
- Poppadoms with dips
Begin the gastronomic tour of the subcontinent by whetting the appetite with a poppadom (usually 70p), accompanied by a selection spiced chutneys and pickles (40p). Diners can then dig into a starter of tandoori salmon tikka (£4.95) or classic onion bhajees (£2.40). A main such as tandoori king prawn masala (£10.95) will follow. A choice of naan bread or rice (up to £3.20) will be served alongside each dish. Cucumber or onion raita (£1.50), along with mango, mint and onion chutney (50p each) will also be on hand throughout the meal for pairs of diners to share.
Choose from the following options for a two-course Indian meal with sides:
£16 for two (Up to 63% off)
£29 for four (Up to 67% off)
The Curry Place has been serving traditional Indian cuisine to Swindon for over 19 years. In this time they've racked up accolades including best family friendly dining, best Indian and best overall fine dining in the 2011 Best Of Swindon Advertiser Awards. In 2012 they added the Tiffin Cup award for 'Best South Asian Restaurant' to their honours. The restaurant has an extensive menu to peruse with old favourites and house specials making an appearance. Doors are kept open seven days a week with a delivery service running concurrently have food sent straight to their front door.